It shouldn't, as we don't distribute illegal material. If Nintendo cracks down on the big ROM distributors, additional patches probably won't come to mind. If there's enough attention brought to the site, then we might have a problem.
Nah. As Lotica has said, this site does not contain illegal material. Also, I'm sure Nintendo knows of this site as SMWC has been online for a lot of time, so I don't really think "attention" is even a problem.
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It's not really impossible. You can still buy the cartridge, buy a cartridge extractor (that takes the cartridge data and turns it into a rom), and use lunar ips to patch it. That's the thing. Rom sites are never gonna end if extractors still exist.
Nintendo may be cracking down their own IPs and disabling sites, but people (like me) probably have roms sitting in their cloud storage and maybe distributing it to others (not me). Emulation will most likely never fade from existence because Nintendo, as far as I know, is the only company worried about this stuff and once something gets distributed, it'll never stop. Not even SEGA or Sony care about this and yet they released stuff like Sonic 1 (iOS) and the upcoming Castlevania: Requiem.
I don't think it is a problem.
Super Mario World is an extremely common game, so it's not like we're going to run out of either SMW or its ROMs anytime soon.
Trying to delete some things off the internet ends up working like a Hydra. Cut off one head and 3 take its place. It's a losing battle.
Just reinforcing what everyone said: SMWCentral does not host ROMs, so they can't target this site the way they targeted those others. You can argue that they were on thin ice for a long time.